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Foreign Affairs Ministers of the Group of 20 meet in Brazil
Foreign Affairs Ministers of the Group of 20 meet in Brazil

Moscow, February 21.- Brazil chairs this Wednesday and Thursday the meeting of G20 foreign ministers in Rio de Janeiro, where representatives of the twenty largest global economies will address the conflict in Ukraine and the Israeli military offensive on the Gaza Strip, between of the open crisis between the government of Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva and Tel Aviv as a backdrop.

United Nations extends humanitarian response in Africa, America and the Middle East
United Nations extends humanitarian response in Africa, America and the Middle East

United Nations, February 21.- The United Nations Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF) will disburse $100 million to support seven humanitarian operations in Africa, the Americas and the Middle East, the agency said.

The United States votes again against a ceasefire in Gaza
The United States votes again against a ceasefire in Gaza

United Nations, January 20.- The United States delegation today vetoed the draft resolution presented by Algeria in the Security Council for a ceasefire in Gaza, with the only vote against.

 Security Council to vote on another Gaza ceasefire resolution
Security Council to vote on another Gaza ceasefire resolution

United Nations, 20 Feb.- The UN Security Council will vote today another resolution calling for a ceasefire in Gaza with the support of the Arab countries, while the US delegation said it could veto it.

International Court of Justice begins historic review of legality of Israeli occupation
International Court of Justice begins historic review of legality of Israeli occupation

The Hague, Netherlands, February 19.- The International Court of Justice (ICJ) today began a review of the legality of the Israeli occupation of the Palestinian territories in a process requested by the United Nations General Assembly to the court.

African Union reiterates condemnation of the United States blockade against Cuba
African Union reiterates condemnation of the United States blockade against Cuba

commercial blockade imposed by the United States government against Cuba, on the last day of the 37th Summit of that regional bloc.

 Trump will appeal fraud ruling
Trump will appeal fraud ruling

Washington, February 17.- While Donald Trump announced that he will appeal, New York Attorney General Letitia James celebrated the ruling that orders the former US president to pay almost $355 million as a result of the civil trial for fraud.

United Nations warns of a possible exodus of Palestinians to Egypt
United Nations warns of a possible exodus of Palestinians to Egypt

Moscow, February 15.- If Israel begins a ground offensive against the city of Rafa, in the south of the Gaza Strip, the possibility of an overflow into Egypt of the Palestinians who are overcrowded in that city will increase, warned this Thursday the Assistant Secretary General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator of the United Nations, Martin Griffiths.

 United Nations warns of a possible exodus of Palestinians to Egypt
United Nations warns of a possible exodus of Palestinians to Egypt

Moscow, February 15.- If Israel begins a ground offensive against the city of Rafa, in the south of the Gaza Strip, the possibility of an overflow into Egypt of the Palestinians who are overcrowded in that city will increase, warned this Thursday the Assistant Secretary General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator of the United Nations, Martin Griffiths.

Brazil worries about Israeli offensive in southern Gaza
Brazil worries about Israeli offensive in southern Gaza

Brasilia, February 14.- Brazil expressed its great concern about the recent announcement by the Israeli authorities of the preparation of a new military ground operation in the Gaza Strip.

US Senate approves controversial aid to Ukraine, Israel and Taiwan
US Senate approves controversial aid to Ukraine, Israel and Taiwan

Moscow, February 13.- The United States Senate endorsed the controversial bill to allocate $95 billion in aid to Ukraine, Israel and Taiwan, without including measures to protect the border with Mexico.

 Guterres concerned about new tensions between Guyana and Venezuela
Guterres concerned about new tensions between Guyana and Venezuela

United Nations, February 13.- The Secretary General of the United Nations (UN), António Guterres, assured that recent events on the border between Guyana and Venezuela could intensify tensions between the two countries.